Watch Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes air ‘Kitty Sucker’ video

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes air ‘Kitty Sucker’ video

The track features on album ‘End of Suffering’.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have shared a video for track ‘Kitty Sucker’.

The song features on album ‘End of Suffering’, released earlier this month, and the video was directed by Kate Cox.

Read our feature with them, taken from the May issue, here.

Of the video, Kate says: “I was inspired by Frank’s commitment to create safe spaces for women at gigs. I always want to create female driven narratives so when I heard the track and had the idea of female vampires living in a seaside town, transforming men into more female vamps we both instantly knew it was right for ‘Kitty Sucker’! It has been an absolute dream to work with such a talented, creatively generous band.“

Watch below.

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